This was my first time lapse attempt. [9 Sep 2003] I'm a scientist, right? So let's experiment! I took pictures with my Sony VX2000 miniDV camera while tethered to a VAIO. It created proprietary DVF images which I converted with JVC JLIP tool to JPG. Then I used mencoder to create a 6-frames/sec Motion-JPEG AVI. Not super interesting (just my old place's living room) but fun to see where my evil all started... Topics: time-lapse, experimental
byDemolition Kitchen Video, produced by Joel Sanderson
Francis Ford Coppola helped Roger Corman re-butcher and revived thisSoviet sci-fi film, adding in new monster footage along with a quickredub job. Gunther’s basement is once again revisited by aliens fromspace, who seem to be more interested in experimental music and filmmaking. Included in this episode is an episode of Butch Cleaver’s “MeetCleaver Theatre”. Alien visitor and music by guest host Walter Morris. Topics: The Basement Sublet of Horror, Gunther Dedmund, Parody, Horror, Horror Host, Lawrence, Kansas
byBread and Puppet, DeeDee Halleck, Tamar Schumann
Archival video footage from the Bread and Puppet Theater community, including performances and preparation for their productions. This is the continuation of the workshop with Judith Malina, George Bartenieff and John Bell which starts on 9339, continues on 9338. Judith reads from her notes from classes at the New School with Piscator: society wants justice and an end to war…the doubters want butter. There is betrayal from drug store to the New School. Art is an excuse for our imperfections;... Topics: Bread and Puppet, Piscator, Peter Schumann, Brecht, war, weapons, 1968, Judith Malina, John Bell,... Source: BetacamSP >Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Derk Richardson interviews members of the ROVA Saxophone Quartet at San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center on June 5, 2005. They discuss the relationships of imagery to sound including the use of graphic notation in spontaneous compositions, as well as using film imagery to guide an improvisation. Konrad Steiner talks about the experimental films of Stan Brakhage, which have been used by members of ROVA as inspiration for some of their works. More like this available at radiOM Topics: ROVA, Improv:21, Free Improvisation, Jazz, Interview and Music
This is a rare video recording of Robert Moran’s groundbreaking “Jewel Encrusted Butterfly Wing Explosions” which was commissioned and performed by the Youth Chamber Orchestra of the Oakland Symphony in 1968, and aired on KQED -TV of San Francisco. During the preparation of the performance, we hear Charles Shere interview composer Robert Moran, in which he discusses the partially aleatoric score which calls on the performers to musically interpret an experimental film by Rick Paup and... Topics: Music, Orchestral Music, New Music, Aleatory Music, Mixed Media, Interview
Recorded on November 28, 2007, at the Marsh, in San Francisco, Derk Richardson interviews composer and performer Zeena Parkins before a live audience, as part of Rova:Arts Improv:21 series of informances. Parkins begins with a description of her musical education, starting with her acceptance to Detroit’s famous performing arts institution, Cass Technical High School. Already an accomplished pianist with dreams of a classical concert career, Parkins suddenly found herself assigned to also... Topics: Improv:21, Zeena Parkins, Interview, Music, Electro-Acoustic, Electronic
Following the Other Minds sponsored, U. S. premiere of the film “Edgard Varèse: The One All Alone,” held in San Francisco on April 19, 2010, Charles Amirkhanian talks with the film’s director, Frank Scheffer, and Varèse’s student and protégé, the Chinese composer Chou Wen-Chung. Dutch director Scheffer makes it clear that his film is not an attempt to visually interpret Varèse’s music, something that he would consider impossible and ill-advised. However he does talk of the... Topics: Other Minds, Edgar Varese, Frank Scheffer, Chou Wen-chung, lecture, Panel Discussion, Avant-Garde,...
These are grungy dirty messy glitchy ugly vj clips. These are not for everyone. Sorted into three categories: feedback: feedback and simple video effects mega drive: circuit bent mega drive squares: massive pixels and feedback All clips are 640x480 download either: .avi Indeo 5.2 keyframed every frame .mov photo-jpeg 75 (most of the Mega Drive clips are photo-jpeg 50) All clips made by VJ Lambency http://myspace.com/vjlambency ( 3 reviews ) Topics: "vj lambency", video, art, "experimental film", feedback, "circuit...